Slippery roads contribute to dozens of crashes across Calgary
An SUV was travelling north on Deerfoot Trail when it rolled near 17 Avenue S.E. on Wednesday morning.
Published Wednesday, February 13, 2019 8:34AM MST
Roads and highways around Calgary remain slippery in sections and motorists are being reminded to drive to the conditions.
A number of crashes have been reported across the city and the icy conditions are making for a slow commute.
A woman was taken to hospital on Wednesday morning after an SUV rolled near Deerfoot Trail and 17th Avenue S.E.
Police say there were four occupants in the vehicle. Three sustained minor injuries in the crash and a fourth was taken to hospital in serious, non-life threatening condition.
Motorists are advised to drive to the conditions and to maintain a safe distance between vehicles, slow down and to accelerate and brake slowly on ramps and through intersections.
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